18 May 2017 | 17:00
OPENHAUS - open studios, installations and resident talks
The OPENHAUS is a regular public format that takes place every month in ZK/U, inviting audiences to connect with the hosted projects and to explore the process of its residency program.
Don’t miss the opportunity to meet the artists and researchers in residence and explore ZK/U’s space and surroundings, to ask questions, to discuss and to exchange ideas about ongoing projects and artistic practices.
More information following soon!
ZK/U will open various spaces including its terrace to exhibit nonconforming works of destruction and delicate sculptures, seemingly subject to transformation. May’s OPENHAUS is encouraging interaction and dialogue not only between the artists and the public but also among the works of resident artists themselves and unveiling our common ground as well as our differences. It will be an opportunity for visitors to get actively involved with a participative drawing session in which mapping and knowledge sharing strategies are tested. The theme of displacement, the outcomes of substitution into complete new contexts, possible schemas of creating collective resistance and mutual aid and the ways we act out hospitality these days are discussed simultaneously by diverse works of different artists.
Come and encounter installations, performances, video projections and talks. Don’t miss the opportunity to join the discussions, meet the artists and researchers in residence and explore ZK/U’s space and surroundings. Ask questions and exchange ideas about ongoing projects and artistic practices.
This month with Alona Rodeh, Julim Rosa, Nathan Gray, Maj Horn, Tori Abernathy, Zwoisy Mears-Clarke and Jason Wee.
18th of May 2017 19.00 - 22.30
19.00-22.30 Open studios, installations & food
19.30 Performance by Zwoisy Mears-Clarke
20.00 Guided tour
21.00 Discussion Round and Workshop
*Discussion Round: Positive Feedback Loops with Alona Rodeh, Jan van Esch and curator Gilly Karjevsky)
*Workshop: How Are You Feeling Today? with Power Makes us Sick (PMS)
ZK/U - Center for Art and Urbanistics
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